The above illustration represents how fog is created in geographic locations such as Peru, which is covered in fog half of the year.
In Peru, scientists designed a concept to gather the fog and use it to produce water for the villagers. They built special nets through which the fog would travel and capture tiny water droplets that would combine and drip into a gutter. The water was then designed to flow through pipes into tanks. What an amazing design solution!
It was great working on these illustrations and creating realistic looking fog and desert scenes. Thanks so much to Jen & Hope for making the illustration process so easy and effective!